Russian poet Dmitry Kuzmin is an important voice for his country’s LGBTQ community and can help foreign readers contextualize the current Chechen crisis.
As news of concentration camps for gay men seeps out of Chechnya, this is the time for us to remember that the Nazis too persecuted homosexuals.
Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius has updated the classic Holocaust melodrama ‘The Search.’ Yet he gives the film a haunting new setting: Chechnya.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the slain man suspected of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing with his younger brother, told a relative he was seeking a copy of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
After living in fear for four days, Boston let out a sigh of relief on Friday evening.
The Boston bombings might force us to reconsider what we think we know about jihad terrorism and the larger questions of radical ‘Islamism,’ writes J.J. Goldberg.
An already contentious immigration bill became the lightning rod for more controversy on Friday when a senior Republican U.S. senator linked the measure to the Boston Marathon bombings and the hunt for the two ethnic Chechen suspects.
Many media outlets are focusing on the Chechen ethnicity of Boston bombers. But that focus may be misplaced, writes Susan Armitage.
The terror in Boston brought back painful memories for some of its Jewish residents — memories of the Holocaust, Argentina and Israel.
Pro-Moscow Chechen Leader Blames U.S. For Boston Bombing